Henry believes that Old Trafford is not the fortress it once was.
Manchester United have had a difficult first season under the guidance of new manager David Moyes and Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has piled on the misery.
The former Gunners star and second highest goal-scorer in Premier League history says that no one fears Old Trafford anymore.
“When we used to got to Old Trafford we knew they were going to come out strong,” Henry said on Sky Sports.
“But now when I see teams going to Old Trafford they’re not even scared.
“Some teams used to not pass the halfway line – but now they’re comfortable.
“They need to recreate the fear people had going to Old Trafford.”
The Red Devils have already slipped to three home defeats this term to West Bromwich Albion, Everton and Newcastle United.
This poor form has seen the English champions slump to ninth in the table after 15 matches and they are already 13 points off the leaders – Henry’s former team.
Moyes is clearly taking time to adjust to life in the shadow of legendary boss Sir Alex Ferguson, but unfortunately the 50-year-old will not be given that much of it.
There have been some positives for the Scot, most notably qualifying for the Champions League last-16 as group winners and without losing a single European tie.
However, if the domestic form does not improve soon the vultures could start circling at the Theatre of Dreams and Moyes may see a six-year contract ended prematurely.
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